Looking for something to do on Wednesday afternoons? Each week at Kids Club, primary school aged children from years K-6 get to
• make lots of new friends;
• play some fun games on our spacious grounds;
• hear engaging presentations on an aspect of the Christian message.
And if that’s not enough, there are songs, puppets, drama, challenges, craft activities, cream pies and more. This is definitely something to come along to. And by all means bring your friends.
Drop off is between 3 and 3:30pm. During this time, we’ll have a bit of afternoon tea, play some unstructured games and do a bit of craft while we wait for everyone to arrive.
After a brief welcome, from 3:30-4:15 we’ll play some games or some kind of activity.
Next up, from 4:15-4:40, we’ll have our teaching time which may consist of a talk, puppet show, drama, memory verse, challenge, and some songs.
After that, from 4:40-4:55 we spend some time in small groups, reflecting on what we’ve just learned, and doing some fun small group activities.
We’ll then round our time off with the dice of decisiveness. What is the dice of decisiveness? You’ll have to come along and find out.
Pick up is at 5:00.
Kids Club runs each Wednesday afternoon during term time.
As mentioned above, drop off is between 3 and 3:30; pick up is at 5:00. We meet in the big open glassy room at St Jude’s Randwick, 106 Avoca St, Randwick.
But wait! Things get even better.
If your child attends Randwick Public School, the school is happy for your child to come across after school with representatives of Kids Club. Those in K-2 will be picked up by Marty Robinson (assistant minister at St Jude’s) and another of our leaders from their class lines. Those in years 3-6 are able to walk across on their own with parent permission.
If you wish for this arrangement, please communicate both with the school and with Marty (using the form below). Click here for a template of the note that can be sent to the school.
Click the following button to register. We also ask for a $2 weekly donation (or $15 for the term).
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the St Jude’s office (telephone; 9399 9400; email: firstname.lastname@example.org).